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Travel Guide to Verona, Italy

Verona is a cozy provincial town that is also known as the home of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. In terms of the number of sights and architectural heritage Verona is a worthy competitor to Milan and Rome.
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Many people think of a touching love story of Romeo and Juliet when they hear the word “Verona”. Indeed, the plot of the famous tragedy by Shakespeare took place here. Each year the city hosts...
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Ancient Roman Amphitheater is known as the most famous sight of Verona. It was built yet in the 1st century AD. Moreover, the amphitheater is working and this is the most famous opera theater in the town. Every art connoisseur should definitely visit live performances that take place there for more than a century. You can also see many architectural sights near Piazza delle Erbe. Here you will find an ancient Domus Mercatorum house built in the gothic style and the local town hall. In ancient times the Roman Forum was located on the territory of the square, while Domus Mercatorum was the residence of guilds. Palazzo Vescovile is also a noble architectural building. Built in the 15th century, this palace features 5 statues installed on cornice. The statues show famous people of that time that made a serious impact on Verona and its development.
While making a walk on the streets of Verona, you will see numerous ancient churches and cathedrals on your way. One of the biggest and most famous of them is Santa Maria Antica Church. St. Anastasia Church is also known as the most beautiful building. Its floor is decorated with mosaics made of pink, white and blue marble, and the church’s walls feature magnificent frescos. The halls of the church store pictures of local artists, so this excursion will be very interesting for people who like art.
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Without a doubt, shopping remains one of main entertainments of travelers. Luxury boutiques and modern shopping centers, souvenir shops and interesting markets welcome visitors simply every day. A...
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The local Cathedral can be called an example of the architecture of Verona. Built in the 12th century, this building amazes its visitors by rich decorations of halls, which luxurious design is made with rare red marble, gilding and fine murals. The mentioned places are just a small share of sights you can see in Verona. Tourists from all over the world traditionally find much interesting here.
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